LRDG Bagnold, Ralph Alger

John Robertson

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  • SURNAME
Bagnold
  • FORENAME
Ralph Alger
  • UNIT
LRPU + LRDG Commanding Officer
  • RANK
Major (T/Lieutenant Colonel) + T/Colonel
  • NUMBER
10231
  • AWARD
Officer of the Order of the British Empire,Mention in Despatches
  • PLACE
North Africa 1940-41
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
parent unit Royal Corps of Signals
born 3.4.1896
resided London
educated Malvern College,RMA Woolwich,Cambridge University
M.A.,A.M.I.E.E.
2/Lt to Captain R.E. 1915-1918
transferred Royal Corps of Signals 1920
served LRPU and LRDG July 1940-August 1941
later Inspector of Desert Troops
later Deputy Signal Officer-in-Chief Middle East
appointed Fellow of Royal Geographical Society 1944
died 1990 or 1991
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Long Range Desert Group in the Mediterranean
Ghost Patrol: A History of the Long Range Desert Group, 1940 - 1945
The Long Range Desert Group in Action 1940-1943: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives
The Men Who Made the SAS: The History of the Long Range Desert Group
Bearded Brigands
The Long Range Desert Group 1940-1945: Providence Their Guide
The Sting of the Scorpion
Long Range Desert Group
The Long Range Desert Group In The Aegean
In Rommels Backyard: A Memoir of the Long Range Desert Group

kirksoc

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Ralph Alger Bagnold

Bagnold died on 28.05.1990 at Hither Green, London. Source: British Army Officers 1939-45 at http://www.unithistories.com/officers/Army_officers_B01.html
 
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